WASHINGTON: “Pakistan is a reform story like neighbouring India’s, but only better,” says Charlie Robertson,...
Short ceremony at the Cuban Foreign Ministry ended 54 years of tensions that began during the Eisenhower administration.
Iranian foreign minister flies back to Tehran to meet top leaders
WASHINGTON: The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has released the eighth tranche of $506.4 million to Pakistan,...
State Department released its annual report on human rights, claiming that repression and coercion were routine in China
Lack of govt accountability remains problem, abuses go unpunished says US State Department report on Pakistan.
Replacement and modernisation of assets, quality human resource, best management practices way forward.
Economy on trajectory for stronger growth later in 2015.
The Nobel laureate is spending part of her summer break in Washington to raise funds for the non-profit Malala Fund.
WASHINGTON: US President Barack Obama has warned that racial discrimination was still part of the American DNA...
In latest report to Congress, Pentagon noted that “the role of Pakistan remains critical to stability in Afghanistan”.
The US State Department commented on the current tensions between India and Pakistan for the fourth time in a row.
Military operation alone will not end terrorism, warns US official.
We are concerned about Pakistan’s crackdown on international charitable organisations, NGOs: US State Department
It upgraded foreign currency issuer and senior unsecured bond ratings to B3 from Caa1, and assigned a stable outlook.
'Weinstein is dead, Rutherford, Boyle, Coleman and the child she bore in captivity are still hostages in Pakistan.'
Brazil, Turkey, Peru, Colombia and India were among the five top destinations for infrastructure investments in 2014.
The decision renders a US law, made more than 10 years ago, unconstitutional.
Pakistan is among the world’s 36 most water-stressed countries and the situation gets worse as the population increases.
“We absolutely want those responsible to be brought to justice,” says US State Department spokesperson Marie Harf.